HEREFORD FC will be looking to make it three wins on the bounce on Saturday when they host Brackley Town.

The Bulls have had a free week to prepare for the Bank Holiday double-header with the visit of Brackley followed on Monday by a trip to Chester.

Brackley have had a mixed start to the season with two wins, a draw and two defeats.

The Bulls suffered 2-0 home and away defeats to Brackley last season who also knocked them out the FA Trophy with a 3-1 score-line at Edgar Street.

“If we’re on it then we will be a match for anybody in this league,” Hereford interim manager Tim Harris said.

“Brackley are a good side who have been together for a long time so it will be another big test.

“It will be a big question to ask these boys to put in another big performance and hopefully another positive result.”